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Dunelm mill wages - how much could I earn?
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countrygirl27
Old 25-08-2009, 5:47 PM
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Default Dunelm mill wages - how much could I earn?

Does anyone know how much store managers earn at Dunelm mill? Is it more than working for Tesco? Their website doesnt give much away!

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edit: should of read your post better sorryyyy
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Old 25-08-2009, 6:02 PM
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Is it more than 20k?
Or 25k?
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Purchase price 171k
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There are some exceptional companies that pay 20K+ and invest in their staff and training. Sadly in retail many jobs are very poorly paid. For example a couple of years ago I saw a store manager job for a well known national coffee retail chain advertised at 14K. I can make more as a supermarket customer assistant.

I have no idea what category Dunelm Mills fits into. Just don't be surprised if it is a lot less than 20K even after bonuses.
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Old 26-08-2009, 8:30 PM
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Less than 20K even as a store manager? I worked for John Lewis and assistant section managers were earning 18K. So that doesnt sound very good at all. Not competitive as it says on their website!
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